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New OT/IoT Security Report

Read the 28-page report to learn about the 2022 threat landscape

Cyber War Insights, Threats and Trends, Recommendations

Report Highlights:

  • New malicious tools being used in the Russia/Ukraine war: hacktivist activity, state-backed APTs, wiper malware, and Industroyer2
  • Insights into Internet of Things (IoT) botnets, corresponding Indicators of Compromise (IoCs), and threat actor Tactics Techniques and Procedures (TTPs)
  • Recommended threat mitigations for stronger security
FROM THE REPORT
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From cyber threat activity incited by the Russia/Ukraine war to threat actors obfuscating their malicious activity, attacks can be unpredictable. Threat actors have changed their tactics, focused on new targets, and increased their attack frequency.

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